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CH100_Final_Exam_Review - CHEM100 Final Exam Review Sheet...

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CHEM100 Final Exam Review Sheet At a minimum , you are responsible for the following topics: Chapter 3 chemical reactions dimensional analysis significant figures density (D = m/v) temperature K t F t C Chapter 4, 14 gases: Charles’ Law, Boyle’s Law, combined gas law, ideal gas law. Chapter 5 the atom, isotopes, average atomic mas the periodic table Chapter 11 number of electrons in s,p,d sublevels, electron configuration, valence electrons, Lewis dot structures. Chapter 6, 12 nomenclature: ionic compounds, compounds of non-metals, acids. Ions of main group elements (octet rule); ions of transition metals Chapter 7 atoms t mole t gram conversions percent composition Chapter 8 the 6 types of reactions oxidation of organics acid-base neutralization Chapter 9 electrolytes, weak and strong; conventional, total ionic, and net ionic equations Chapter 10 mole-mole and gram-gram calculations percent yield, limiting reactant thermochemical reactions Chapter 16 solutions: percent by weight, molarity acid-base titrations Chapter 17 Acids and Bases pH calculations
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